Fire place cabinets and mantle with white hearth
This job is for a lounge room that the customer wanted to have a fire place at the end of the room.
They wanted to keep the brick walls as a feature and also incorporate a flat screen above the fire place.
The room had a lovely western red cedar ceiling.
The feature was to be a mantle made from a New Age Veneer timber called sassafras and was finished in high gloss polyurethane.
The hearth was a satin white and the faux fireplace flue was to rise up from the hearth making a striking feature. The cabinets either side were myrtle and they were to blend in with the wall and match a feature coffee table also in Tasmanian myrtle. The fire place cabinets had drawers for CD’s , Xbox’s and games.
The fire was a mentholated spirits or ethanol style fire from Black and stone VioFlame. The drawers and doors were handle less and on the white drawers we put shark nose style handles.
The mantle height was restricted by the widow on the left-hand side. Low voltage under cabinet lighting was also put in to make a nice atmosphere of an evening